On Wednesday, the first day of Shavuos, there will be various minyonim for Krias Hatorah and Aseres Hadibros around Crown Heights, which were arranged for women and children who cannot make it to Shul during Shachris.
Daily Archives: May 29, 2017
This year, hundreds of thousands of Jews around the world will be exposed to the Rebbe’s directive, that each and every Jew without exception, be present at the reading of the Aseres Hadibros, the Ten Commandments on Shavuos.
The proud parents and grandparents of the United Lubavitcher Yeshiva Pre-1A gathered on Sunday to celebrate the Talmidim’s Siddur party.
As Camp Emunah enters its 64th summer season, it is putting a very strong focus on renovations.
The Southeast Asian country of Laos has officially become the 92nd country to have a permanent Chabad presence. Rabbi Sholom and Tamar Glitzenstein hit the ground running, and already have an operational kosher restaurant, weekly prayer services, Torah classes, Shabbat celebrations for tourists and a roster of other activities in Luang Prabang, 300 kilometers north of the country’s capital, Vientiane.
At the end of every school day, instead of rushing home, some one hundred Bais Rivkah students stay behind for the school’s Teen Club. A visit by the NYC Youth Commissioner, whose office sponsors the program, left him with a profound impression.
At the Oholei Torah 60th Anniversary Gala Dinner, Mendel Duchman of Los Angeles, California, was the keynote speaker. In a most passionate speech, R’ Mendel conveyed the message of Oholei Torah, and all that it stands for.
In honor of 50 years since the stunning victory of the 6-Day War and the liberation of Jerusalem, cantor Aryeh Leib Hurwitz sings a soul-stirring rendition of The Exodus Song, originally composed by Pat Boone in 1960.
Last Thursday marked the 10th Anniversary celebration of the Jewish Community Center in Tallinn, which was the first Jewish establishment built in Estonia since the Holocaust, under the leadership of Chabad Emissary and Chief Rabbi Shmuel Kot.
Few things in life compare to the joy a grandparent has when spending quality time with his/her grandchild. Walking down the hall in school holding a grandchild’s hand brings happiness. Working with a grandchild at their school on a project provides a special feeling. In May, Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy (LYA) of Massachusetts welcomed grandparents to experience these wonderful life milestones.
We know that we celebrate the giving of the Torah on Shavuos, and that chassidus teaches us to truly cherish the value of Torah. But why? Is it fair to say that the entire Torah is an analogy? Rabbi Yisroel Glick answers these questions in this clear, concise, and engaging video that’s only 2 minutes long.